Jennifer is a Research Associate at the Alliance Manchester Business School (AMBS) with research interests in building resilience to disasters. She is currently working on the Techno-Economic framework for Resilient and Sustainable Electrification (TERSE) project which aims to build resilient and sustainable energy networks for developing countries.
Previously at AMBS she has worked on the UScore2 Project which designed a practical city-city disaster risk reduction peer review tool for cities across EU member states and beyond via the UNISDR Making Cities Resilient campaign (MCR).
Jennifer received her Integrated Masters in History from the University of Manchester (2011) and then spent a year at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine undertaking an MSc in Humanitarian Studies (2012). Jennifer received her PhD in Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management from Brunel University, London (2017).